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Hisense intros dual-mode touchscreen phone

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Thu May 10, 2007

Hisense D907

Hisense has just fused a handful of newer technology into its new D907 phone. The candybar-shaped device is one of the still rare phones to run on both CDMA and GSM phone networks; while either radio is only dual-band, the hybrid design lets it roam on CDMA networks worldwide as well as GSM in most areas outside of North America. Other components cater equally to world travelers, such as a 2.2-inch touchscreen that can be used for handwriting recognition for Mandarin and other languages as well as a GPS receiver for a position fix in unfamiliar territory.

Media functions aren't neglected, the company says, and inclde a 1.3-megapixel camera for capturing photos or video to 1GB microSD (T-flash) cards as well as stereo Bluetooth support for wireless music.

Pricing and availability aren't known for the D907, though the phone will primarily be sold in its Chinese homeland. [via AVING]

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